Manga launched in March 2018
The fourth volume of Shinjirō‘s Kamen Rider Amazons Gaiden: Hotarubi manga revealed on Friday that the manga will end in its fifth volume, which will ship in spring 2020.
Shinjirō launched the manga in Kodansha‘s Morning magazine in March 2018. Yasuko Kobayashi is supervising the manga.
The 13-episode first season of Kamen Rider Amazons debuted in April 2016 on Amazon Prime instant video in Japan, and streamed new episodes weekly. The series then premiered on BS Asahi and Tokyo MX in July 2016. The second season debuted on Amazon Prime in April 2017. Amazon debuted the show outside Japan in April 2018.
The series received a sequel film titled Kamen Rider Amazons The Movie: Saigo no Shinpan that opened in Japan in May 2018.
Shinjirō ended his 13-volume Taboo Tattoo manga in June 2017. Yen Press is publishing the manga in North America. The manga inspired a 12-episode anime adaptation that premiered in 2016, and Funimation released the series on Blu-ray Disc and DVD.
Shinjirō ended his 14-volume manga adaptation of Gen Urobuchi and Type-Moon‘s Fate/Zero light novel series in May 2017. The series received an extra chapter in June 2017. Dark Horse Comics is publishing the manga in North America.
Most recently, Shinjirō ended the Shūmatsu no Nosferatu (Nosferatu of the End) manga in Kadokawa‘s Young Ace magazine on November 2.
Source: Kamen Rider Amazons Gaiden: Hotarubi 5th volume